Magnus Nilsson

Finnish Sticks
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Although they're called Finnish Sticks, these almond cookies are beloved in Sweden, where they're one of the most popular snacks for fika, or coffee breaks. Slideshow:  More Cookie Recipes 
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Baking powder is the secret to the airy texture of these crispy, fluffy fish cakes. Slideshow:  More Fast Fish Recipes
This soup, adapted from The Nordic Cookbook, has the rich flavor of creamed spinach but a much lighter texture. Slideshow:  More Healthy Soup Recipes 
Parmesan Leek Gratin
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The sweet, tender leeks here are glazed under the broiler with a light Parmesan cream. Slideshow:  More Leek Recipes 
Taco Pie
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In the 1980s, spice companies began exporting taco seasoning packets to Sweden. Today, home cooks throughout Sweden use taco spices to flavor savory pies like this one. You can use 1/4 cup of taco seasoning mix instead of the homemade blend here if you prefer. Slideshow:  More Savory Pie Recipes 
Requiring just 15 minutes of prep, these superthin sweet pickled cucumbers are salted before they're submerged in the pickling brine for maximum flavor. Slideshow:  More Pickled Vegetable Recipes 
Slightly Chewy Ginger Cookies
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Unlike most shortbread cookies, these are made with whole wheat, which gives them a nice, toasty flavor. Slideshow:  More Cookie Recipes 
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A coating of butter and sugar makes these tender pretzels especially delicious; they're excellent with tea or coffee. Slideshow:  Perfecting Pretzels 
Milk-and-cream-soaked breadcrumbs and an egg are the secrets to these supertender meatballs from Swedish star chef Magnus Nilsson. Serve them as he does, with lingonberry jam and mashed potatoes. Slideshow:  More Meatball Recipes 
Slightly Chewy Ginger Cookies
Rating: Unrated
New!
Unlike most shortbread cookies, these are made with whole wheat, which gives them a nice, toasty flavor. Slideshow:  More Cookie Recipes 
A coating of butter and sugar makes these tender pretzels especially delicious; they're excellent with tea or coffee. Slideshow:  Perfecting Pretzels 
Milk-and-cream-soaked breadcrumbs and an egg are the secrets to these supertender meatballs from Swedish star chef Magnus Nilsson. Serve them as he does, with lingonberry jam and mashed potatoes. Slideshow:  More Meatball Recipes